Debt collectors don’t ever count on you understanding the rules that they have to follow under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. We understand the law and we are here to help you—that help is FREE, including the initial consultation and evaluation of your situation.
Below, you will find more detailed information on the FDCPA and your rights.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) indicates that 35% of American’s has a collection on their credit.  The number of Nevada resident’s with a collection is closer to 50%.

Debt collectors break the law all the time, since 2010 the FTC has sued 180 companies and individuals that have violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).

  •        A collector call you before 8am or after 9pm
  •        A collector cannot insult or harass you, use profane language
  •        They cannot indicate that they are going to sue IF they do not intend to take legal action
  •        A collector cannot EVER leave you a message at work and if you cannot accept personal calls at work they cannot call you there OR on your cell during work hours
  •        You have the right to have them cease and desist all contact by telephone

You have many other rights under the FDCPA, including the right to demand that a debt be validated and during the 30 day process in which that happens, the Debt Collector is prohibited from collecting.  The FDCPA is a consumer statute which calls for Plaintiff’s fees (YOU) to be paid by the Defendant (debt collector).

If you are receiving calls, we can and will:

  •       Stop the calls
  •       Work to get your debt eliminated or reduced significantly
  •       Correct any credit reporting, including REMOVING the collection completely

We know the law and can assist you at NO COST and we can provide you an attorney from our network of attorneys that will stop the abuse as soon as you call us at 702-778-2000.


The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is a consumer statute which calls for Plaintiff’s (YOU) fees to be paid by the Defendant (Debt Collector ) IF they have broken the law.  We invite you to contact our office at 702-778-2000 and set up a free consultation.